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Exchange 2003 IMAP Fails Intermittently

Posted on 2010-08-22
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My mail server is running exchange 2003 enterprise.  several times each week (and completely randomly) IMAP just stops responding.  So far the only thing that seems to fix the problem is a reboot.  

When I run Microsofts Port Query tool I receive the following results during an outage:


TCP port 143 (imap service): Listening
Data returned from port:
BYE Connection refused


Does anyone know how to fix this once and for all?
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Question by:deklinm
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by:Bird Dog
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do you have any errors in you event log?
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by:agentmik
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Have you check the firewall, Is the port 143 is open?? Also check the below article.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/270836

Thanks,
AgentMIK
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v_9mhdrf earned 500 total points
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Please add Local Ip address in the Ip allowed list in IMAP configuration.
And try testing telnet with port 143.

try this and revert back if you have any issues.
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by:deklinm
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where do i do this?..............Please add Local Ip address in the Ip allowed list in IMAP configuration.
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